Why it is important to capture carbon in your operation

Some farmers use conservation practices to capture carbon in their soil.

An Alabama Extension agent shares the importance of cropland carbon sequestration and what it looks like for producers.

Agricultural land in the U.S. has the capacity to sequester about 650 million tons of carbon dioxide every year.


California dairy farms seeing “significant revenue” from Low-Carbon Fuel credits

The next Farm Bill will be “climate-centric”

Agriculture Law Professor Advises Entering the Carbon Credit Market

NCBA Highlights Conservation on National Ag Day